Justices Side With Worker Fired for Exposing Corruption

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Eight years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court created a legal minefield for public employees seeking First Amendment protection from employer retaliation for their speech. This week, the justices cleared some of the debris, but still left millions — from police to academics — wondering whether they are protected.

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